Chronoly (CRNO) To Rise Further After Listing on Exchanges, As Origin Protocol (OGN) Lose, DigiByte (DGB) Try to Recover
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Amid the global bearish market, a watch NFT token, Chronoly (CRNO), has attracted attention and surprised token holders with a 690% ROI. The Chronoly team recently completed the presale of its Chronoly (CRNO) token, with all tokens selling out
Chronoly (CRNO) has outperformed other projects like Origin Protocol (OGN) and DigiByte (DGB). Experts have predicted that the price of the Chronoly (CRNO) token will continue to rise following the listing on the Uniswap exchange, but the duo of Origin Protocol (OGN) and DigiByte (DGB) have continued to see their price decline.
Chronoly (CRNO) multiplies investors’ wealth
Investors in the Chronoly (CRNO) network continue to remain bullish, with the project having already achieved over 690% ROI. Chronoly (CRNO) has surprised crypto analysts by multiplying investors’ wealth. The project has changed the way and manner people invest in the luxury watch market.
Chronoly (CRNO) is an NFT marketplace where rare and luxury watches manufactured by Rolex, Patek Philippe, Richard Mille, and Audemars Piguet are listed for sale. With as low as $10, you can participate in the Chronoly (CRNO) marketplace. The watches are backed by a physical version that’s held in a vault. One good thing about Chronoly is that the more NFTs a person buys, the more ownership they gain over a particular watch. This feature has made investors become bullish on CRNO.
The project’s native token, CRNO, helps to power the Chronoly ecosystem and also offers massive rewards to token holders. According to the project’s roadmap, the developmental team plans to collaborate with reputable influencers to further promote the project to young investors.
Chronoly (CRNO) currently trades for $0.079.
Is Origin Protocol (OGN) a good investment?
These are not the best of times for Origin Protocol (OGN) investors. Since the start of the bearish market, Origin Protocol (OGN) holders have continued to count their losses. Many of them have even had to dump the project for viable alternatives like Chronoly. According to CoinMarketCap, Origin Protocol (OGN) fell from its all-time high of $3.35 in April 8, 2021 to around $0.1501 as of today. The downturn may continue for the long-haul if the team doesn’t do something concrete to stop it.
The Origin Protocol (OGN) is a Web3 protocol that seeks to bring innovative tendencies to NFT and DeFi communities. The Origin Protocol (OGN) team has been working behind the scenes building consumer-friendly products that will solve the everyday challenges that humans face. According to the project’s roadmap the Origin Protocol (OGN) team is focusing on the ease of transactions on cross-vertical blockchains like decentralized finance (DeFi) and Non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
The Origin Protocol (OGN) currently trades for $0.1501 with a 24-hour trading volume of $11,538,181.
Can DigiByte (DGB) token rebound?
DigiByte (DGB) has attempted a recovery, closing around $0.009446 early last week. Experts believe that the performance of DigiByte (DGB) is as a result of the intense selling pressure from token holders.
Despite its performance, some token holders are still bullish, believing that DigiByte (DGB) is not the only coin affected by the global crypto waves.
Founded in 2013, DigiByte (DGB) is a cryptocurrency and a blockchain platform. It powers decentralized apps and smart contracts. At time of writing, DigiByte (DGB) was trading at $0.008860 USD with a 24-hour trading volume of $2,523,705 USD
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